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I too have just binned my Select subscription renewal form. I still have a RPC running 4.37, but as I also have an Iyonix there's no point in upgrading the older, less capable machine. As Castle are actively developing RO5, there's no point in continuing to support a now-irrelevant OS fork. If ROL were to commit to developing a version of 32-bit Select that would run on the Iyonix and offer measurable benefits over RO5 I might well reconsider.

George

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